M10 and M20 buses

The Eighth Avenue Line is a public transit line in Manhattan, New York City, running mostly along Eighth Avenue from Lower Manhattan to Harlem. Originally a streetcar line, it is now the M10 bus route and the M20 bus route, operated by the New York City Transit Authority. The M10 bus now only runs north of 57th Street (near Columbus Circle), and the M20 runs south of 66th Street. The whole line was a single route, the M10, until 2000 when the M20 was created.

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Eighth Avenue Line
An M10 bus entering northbound service at 57th Street in Midtown.
Overview
SystemMTA New York City Bus
OperatorNew York City Transit Authority
GarageManhattanville Depot (M10)
Michael J. Quill Depot (M20)
VehicleDaimler Chrysler Orion VII
Nova Bus LFS HEV (M10)
New Flyer Xcelsior XD40
New Flyer Xcelsior XDE40 (M20)
Began service1852[1] (train)
1936[2] (bus)
2010 (current alignment)
Route
LocaleManhattan
StartM10: Harlem159th Street
M20: Lincoln Center - 66th Street
ViaFrederick Douglass Boulevard (M10)
Central Park West (M10)
7th, 8th Avenues (M20)
EndM10: 57th Street / Broadway
M20: South Ferry
LengthM10: 5.3 miles (8.5 km)[3]
M20: 6.2 miles (10.0 km)
Service
Operates4:50 AM 1:50 AM
Annual patronage619,405 (M10, 2020);
372,113 (M20, 2020)[4]
TransfersYes
TimetableM10 M20
 M9
M15
 {{{system_nav}}}  M11
M21 

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